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Leininger

 [li´nin-jer]
Madeleine M. Nursing theorist, author, educator, researcher, and consultant. She formulated the field of transcultural nursing in the mid 1950s and broadened the theoretical frameworks nurses use to care for individuals of diverse cultural backgrounds by developing the cultural care diversity and universality theory of nursing. She discovered that cultural aspects were the critical missing link in nursing knowledge and practice and has advanced the goal “that the cultural needs of people in the world will be met by nurses prepared in transcultural nursing” by numerous scholarly presentations, books, book chapters, and articles pertaining to transcultural nursing theory, practice, and research.
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At Ramsden's side near the time of her death, Edwards said Ramsden's biggest fear was that cultural safety theory and competencies would be replaced by coloniser models such as American nurse Madeline Leininger's global "transcultural nursing theory" at the Nursing Council and in nursing education "I looked at her and said 'not on my bloody watch'.
Por todo lo descrito, la investigacion tiene como referente teorico la teoria de los cuidados culturales de Madeleine Leininger (11).
Leininger, CFA, said, 'We are pleased to welcome Henry to Gabelli as we further develop our business in the UK and beyond.
The practice will be led by partners Steve Shapiro, Duncan Barber, Lisa Shimel, and Dallas-based partner John Leininger. The team includes associates Bo Anderson and Victoria Shupe.
Leininger (2006) believed health care providers must adopt a world wide perspective that personifies an ethical-moral obligation to function and practice in the global community.